Israeli company develops fast method for testing food for dangerous bacteria; A new app synchronizes a user’s music playlists with their friend’s favorites, allowing for the instant sharing of music; Israel’s Foresight develops system that constructs and analyzes a 3D image in order to foresee possible road collisions, and much more.
A professor wins top Israeli award; the biennial International HLS & Cyber Conference in Tel Aviv featured the top Israeli security and cybersecurity companies; Israel’s Elbit Systems presented its new Emergency Scenarios Virtual Reality Trainer at the Homeland Security and Cyber Conference in Tel Aviv, and much more.
CNN has written about three Israeli Innovations that will revolutionize the planet; Want a phone-free family meal, or just a break from constantly checking messages and emails? Purchase an Israeli Pause, and much more.
A sensor and smartphone app from Israel’s 2breath helps users fall asleep and tracks their sleeping patterns; Intel has inaugurated its $6 billion next-generation chip production line at its Kiryat Gat facility in Israel, and much more.
Dairy farmers from India to Italy travel to Israeli kibbutzim to learn how to increase their milk yields; IBA News goes behind the scenes at the Sorek desalination plant, which produces 20% of Israel’s domestic water, and much more.
From California to Africa, there is a global water shortage. Israel – one tiny country in the middle of a desert, has found remarkable solutions; A delegation of Israeli start-ups developing technologies to assist people with disabilities are showing their products and services in Sydney Australia, and much more.
While global honeybee populations have declined, Israeli bees are holding steady; Israeli scientists have identified a genetic mechanism in apricots that controls temperature sensitivity, and much more.
Scientists at Israel’s Technion have designed a low-energy system for harvesting safe drinking water from air; scientists have rewritten engineering rules to build a boat that is lighter, faster, more durable and uses less fuel, and much more.
Nathalie Half founded Israeli startup Museloop when her children stopped joining her on her museum visits; The Dan bus company is to run five new entirely electric buses on its No.4 route in Tel Aviv, and much more.
The new heads-up display from Israel’s Elbit has been featured on Israeli Channel 2 TV; Intel has announced its most advanced, next-level Core processor, named Kaby Lake, developed by Israeli engineers, and much more.
Israeli startup Prospera uses artificial intelligence to help farmers better monitor their crops; Israeli startup FST Biometrics can recognize individuals from facial images, voice analytics and behavior, and much more.
Israeli startup SuperMeat is developing a method for bio-engineering “cultured meat” from animal cells; Nine Israeli companies are making major contributions to agriculture through their innovative technology, and much more.
Israeli startup Ituran uses Unmanned Air Vehicles (UAVs/drones) to track down vehicles stolen in Israel and then taken to Palestinian Authority towns; Israeli startup Ayala Water & Ecology provides a solution to water purification which lies within nature itself, and much more.
The Israeli innovation pavilion at the Innovative City Conference in Nice included numerous technologies; Eleven Israeli general hospitals and two psychiatric hospitals are to convert to natural gas, saving millions, and much more.
The Israeli app Sidekix is marketed as the fun way to find your way – without a car; Israel’s SkyFi aims to launch a network of tiny satellites to bring the Internet to remote parts of the planet, and much more.
An Israeli-led startup has invented the FoldiMate – the first appliance to automate the task of folding laundry; Israeli startup Equinom has devised a way to breed seeds that are superior in yield, nutritional value and appearance, and much more.
A road in North Tel Aviv is to be one of the first to test under-the-road electric charging beds; Israel’s Sensifree has developed a unique low-power RF based sensor technology that can accurately monitor biometric data without touching the body, and much more.
Israel’s Aquarius Engines has redesigned the internal combustion engine; Israel’s LiveU will provide IP-based live video transmission solutions for more than 80 broadcasters and online streaming customers during the Rio Olympics this summer, and much more.
Thanks to Israel’s Aqwise, visitors to India’s Taj Mahal have drinking water; Israeli cancer charity Ezer Mizion and Israeli startup Click2Speak are piloting an on-screen keyboard operated by eye-tracking, and much more.
Israel’s Desalitech won the Breakthrough Water Technology Company of the Year award at the 2016 Global Water Awards in Abu Dhabi; The CEO of the water company for Sau Paulo has come to Israel to learn how Israeli tech can help SABESP overcome Sau Paulo’s water shortages, and much more.
Israel recycles 85 percent of its wastewater; Israel’s Articoolo has developed an algorithm that generates unique, proof-read, high-quality textual content from scratch – simulating a real human writer, and much more.
Israel’s Aqwise has opened its new wastewater treatment plant in Durango, Mexico, and Israeli dynamic multi-focal glasses startup Deep Optics has raised $4 million to fuel the development of its adaptive electronic liquid crystal lens technology, and much more.
Israeli startup Magos’s civil security systems won the 3C Smart Cities Challenge in Tel Aviv to develop solutions for Brazilian smart cities, and Israeli girl finds new geometric theorem, and much more.
A recent NASA study shows that the 1998-2012 eastern Mediterranean drought was the area’s worst drought in 900 years. But Israeli innovation has made the Jewish State nearly drought-proof, and Omer Arad came up with the idea of a wearable panic bracelet that lets a diver call his or her partner.
Israel’s Controp has teamed up with USA’s Pharovision to develop detection systems designed to warn of potential collisions between airplanes and either airborne birds or foreign object debris on the ground, and Bill gates says, “Israeli technology is improving the world.”
Israel’s Anagog, developer of the world’s largest crowdsourced parking network, won the ‘Best Mobile Innovation in Automotive Award’ at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, and Israeli job-matching start-up Woo matches the right people with the right job.
Israeli entrepreneurs have set up a new platform using Edvantage – a combination of venture capital fund and accelerator – to encourage start-ups in informal education, and researchers from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Tel Aviv University have developed a new, cheaper bird tracking device.
Israeli video tech company Valens has announced that two of the biggest automakers – GM and Mercedes – are to install its HDbaseT world standard cable technology into their vehicles and products. HDBaseT eliminates waiting time for the display of apps, videos and other content.
Both winners in the “Last Gadget Standing” category were Israeli, and a third of the smart TVs sold in the world today contain Adaptive Video Acceleration – an essential piece of technology made by an Israeli start-up.
Israeli startup Utilis uses readily-available satellite images to pinpoint underground water leaks, and Israeli startup Shopicks has launched a platform to help you discover, collect, organize, and manage all of your online shopping.
Israeli startup Morf has sent the fashion world into a spin with its patented shirt that can be worn up to 24 different ways, and a satellite to Jupiter will carry an Israeli-developed atomic clock technology-based device to detect any signals of life.
Israeli researchers have developed a synthetic polymer that will allow smartphones to “heal” any scratches or damage, and Texas A&M University, together with the University of Haifa, is launching a marine research center to lower risks associated with offshore oil exploration.
An initiative of Ben Gurion University and Holon Institute of Technology equips children with Virtual Reality devices to train them in road safety, and Israeli startup MySizeID has developed an algorithm that measures your body with the sensors of your smartphone.
Immediately after the Paris terror attacks, 4.1 million people checked in with friends and relatives using Facebook Safety Check, technology developed by Facebook's Israel branch, and representatives of the German and Israel Space Agencies signed an agreement for cooperation on R&D.